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Senate Republicans Fear ISIS Strategy Doesn’t Go Far Enough

Senators largely backed training opposition forces, but they also floated embedding U.S. soldiers with the Iraqi military.

The Veterans No One Talks About

Tens of thousands of soldiers who are discharged from the military each year are locked out of VA services. 

 

ISIS Releases Video That Appears to Show Execution of British Aid Worker

The militant group had threatened to kill David Cawthorne Haines in a previous video.

How America Remembered 9/11 This Year, in Photos

Thirteen years after the events of Sept. 11, 2001, people from around the country stopped to remember those who lost their lives in the terrorist attacks and those who stepped ...

Here's the 'Game-Changing' Tech Special Operators Want for Tomorrow's Wars

Directed-energy systems, night vision goggles with full color displays and suits you might find in a comic book origin story. 

Arab States Sign On to Fight ISIS; European Allies Not So Sure

Ten countries agreed to partner with the U.S. in a coordinated campaign against the militant group.

Should the U.S. Revoke Passports of Americans Fighting for ISIS?

Several lawmakers say that's essential to keeping them from attacking U.S. soil.  

Obama on ISIS: 'If You Threaten America, You Will Find No Safe Haven'

The U.S. will send 475 additional service members to Iraq and expand its airstrike campaign there.

Dick Cheney: Obama Has 'Failed Utterly' to Aggressively Fight Terrorism

While the former vice president is as hawkish as ever, some of his fellow Republicans have changed their minds.

The Military Wants a Vehicle That Can Dodge Rockets by Itself

The goal is to build vehicles that don't just withstand assaults but also predict and avoid them.

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Senate Republicans Fear ISIS Strategy Doesn’t Go Far Enough

Senators largely backed training opposition forces, but they also floated embedding U.S. soldiers with the Iraqi military.

The Veterans No One Talks About

Tens of thousands of soldiers who are discharged from the military each year are locked out of VA services. 

 

ISIS Releases Video That Appears to Show Execution of British Aid Worker

The militant group had threatened to kill David Cawthorne Haines in a previous video.

How America Remembered 9/11 This Year, in Photos

Thirteen years after the events of Sept. 11, 2001, people from around the country stopped to remember those who lost their lives in the terrorist attacks and those who stepped ...

Here's the 'Game-Changing' Tech Special Operators Want for Tomorrow's Wars

Directed-energy systems, night vision goggles with full color displays and suits you might find in a comic book origin story. 

Arab States Sign On to Fight ISIS; European Allies Not So Sure

Ten countries agreed to partner with the U.S. in a coordinated campaign against the militant group.

Should the U.S. Revoke Passports of Americans Fighting for ISIS?

Several lawmakers say that's essential to keeping them from attacking U.S. soil.  

Obama on ISIS: 'If You Threaten America, You Will Find No Safe Haven'

The U.S. will send 475 additional service members to Iraq and expand its airstrike campaign there.

Dick Cheney: Obama Has 'Failed Utterly' to Aggressively Fight Terrorism

While the former vice president is as hawkish as ever, some of his fellow Republicans have changed their minds.

The Military Wants a Vehicle That Can Dodge Rockets by Itself

The goal is to build vehicles that don't just withstand assaults but also predict and avoid them.

Show More
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